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florida, when it got caught in a storm. jared johnson shot this video after the captain ordered everyone to their room. >> at one point people were falling over, and they said, hold the wheelchair, so myself and others were standing over holding the wheelchair so they weren't going to be sliding around. >> reporter: while the worst is over, george sycip says he is still worried. >> we are rocking a lot right now, and it makes me wonder if there are issues with the stabilizer on the ship. >> reporter: royal caribbean says the ship experienced wind speeds higher than what was forecast. scott, the coast guard also reported that the winds reached up to 115mph, and that happened when the storm hit. >> pelley: jericka duncan. jericka, thanks very much. in a moment, the doctor who made the connection between zika virus and birth defects.
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$2 billion to fight the zika virus. and the c.d.c. moved to its highest alert level. at least 57 cases have been reported in the u.s., and our dr. jon lapook is just back from brazil, ground zero of the outbreak. he talked to the doctor who found the link between zika and birth defects. >> reporter: pediatric neurologist dr. vanessa van der linden saw her first case of microcephaly back in august. soon more infants with the same condition. the same unusually small head. >> during two weeks, in september, we saw five cases of babies with microcephaly. >> reporter: her mother anback also a doctor, phoned with troubling news. >> she called me, vanessa, now i see seven babies with microcephaly in the same day. >> reporter: when you heard that, what did you think? >> it's a new disease, it's something very strange.
that causes immune problems. >> reporter: you were like detectives? >> yes, yes. >> reporter: after yiewlg out the usual causes, they looked for other clues. 70% of the women reported a rash during pregnancy, a symptom that helped lead them to the main suspect, zika. rayane canpelo and elvis torres' in october. this is her first child. "if any mother or father could choose," she said, "they would choose to have a normal baby, a healthy baby, but because you cannot choose, i am going to love my daughter." >> we can't go back and change something here in brazil, but you can help the other places in the world. >> reporter: dr. van der linden helped sound the alarm, but, scott, so many questions remain, does zika help cause the microcephaly or is something else playing a role, and how do we protect ourselveses from the
these babies as they grow up? >> pelley: dr. jon lapook for us tonight. jon, thank you. every chipotle restaurant in the country closed for four hours today so that employees could get a briefing on food safety via the internet. chipotle has had a number of health scare,s, including an e. coli outbreak, but the c.d.c. gave it the all clear just last week. the national zoo is sharing some pictures of bai bai, the panda cup now five months old just learned how to climb a tree. then it got stuck. fortunately mom was right there to make sure the cub didn't tumble. he'll figure it out soon enough. for bai bai to beyoncee putting her mark on the halftime show. >> this portion of the "cbs evening news" is sponsored by pacific life. for life insurance, annuities
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editor for "ebony" magazine. >> now she's moved the needle even further and made a very, very bold statement about black lives matter, and to do that on super bowl night, it's unprecedented in a lot of ways. i think we'll be talking about that song, that video and that performance long after we stop talking about who won yesterday's game. >> reporter: michelle miller, cbs news, santa clara, california. >> pelley: and that's the "cbs evening news" for tonight. for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by